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Three New Daily High Temp Records Set in December

Broadus Experienced 143 Degree Temperature Swing in 2021 Despite three new record high temps on December 1st through 3rd in Broadus, the overall weather pattern during the month of December was decidedly average, with an average temp for the month...

 

Powder River Lanes Reopens Following Flood

The restaurant at Powder River Lanes is back open after a broken sprinkler system flooded the bowling lanes the third week of December. Though the broken line occurred during a -10 degree day, Lanes owners Jeff and Jenny Alterman told us the cold...

 

Tyler Benjamin

On Dec. 15, 2021, our hearts were forever shattered when Tyler passed away at home of an accidental drug overdose. Tyler struggled the last six months of his life with a relapse in his addiction that...

 

Tim Rumph

Timothy Owen Rumph of Missoula, Montana was called home on December 17, 2021. Tim was born to Joy Colleen (Bird) Rumph and Daniel Eugene Rumph in Aurora, Colorado on June 19, 1960. Tim's father was...

 

Extension Ag Winter Series Will Take Place January 18

By PR Extension Office The annual Extension Ag Winter Series will cover a variety of topics including the use of low-quality feeds, landscaping and plant identification, according to MSU Extension Powder River County Agent Mary Rumph. “Even...

 

High Flying Hawks

The Broadus boys and girls Varsity teams strutted their stuff at home against St. Labre on December 21st, in the final game before the Christmas break. St. Labre has been rebuilding after the school...

 

Chamber News

As we look forward to a new and brighter year, we want to express how much we truly appreciate the support of our local businesses and residents. Our membership base provides the financial support that allows us to host the events, programs and...

 

Dragons Flourished at 4-H Mini-Congress

By PR Extension Office From dragon shish-kabobs and ice breakers to masks and movie, 4-H Mini-Congress featured every variety of dragon imaginable, according to MSU Extension Powder River County...

 

Voices from the Past

January 3, 1947 Broadus Landmark Was Destroyed By Fire Fire completely destroyed the Star Theater in Broadus Saturday night. Efforts of the Broadus Volunteer Fire Department to stem the blaze were to no avail as the whole building was afire at the...

 

Commissioner Proceedings

Monday, December 20, 2021 Chairman Lee Randall called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. in the Commissioner’s office, Powder River County Courthouse. Commissioners Donna Giacometto and John Olson were present. 8:45 a.m. - Teel Mullanix, Road...

 

Church Notes

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Pastor Tom Herzog To Enable Believers/To Build Relationships/To Win the Lost Sunday, January 9th - Communion during service Sunday, January 16th - Patrick Klein, Vision Beyond Borders 6:00 p.m. Church service @ Powderville w/ Pitch...

 

White House Launches Action Plan to Restore Competition in the U.S. Cattle Industry

Courtesy US Cattleman’s Association (WASHINGTON) - On Monday, the Biden-Harris Administration published its Action Plan for a Fairer, More Competitive, and More Resilient Meat and Poultry Supply Chain. The four core strategies that make up the...

 

Passport Fees Increased in December

The US Department of State recently increased fees for passports, according to Vanna Byrd, Clerk of District Court in Broadus. The District Court is a passport acceptance facility, which those seeking a passport for the first time much utilize to...

 

"The Bar" Fitness Center Opens Friday

"The Bar" Fitness Center & Pulse PEMF & Massage Therapy will have a grand opening this Friday at Noon, at 109 North Park (former site of St. V's, just south of the Examiner). Kathy Schaffer, p...

 

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